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lt;< Previous bookNext book . 1985) A novel by Hilary Gray. Used availability for Hilary Gray's Five Days to Samarkand. April 1985 : UK Hardback.
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The first half of the story is set in Persia (present day Iran) and Central Asia in the 11th century, and revolves around the scientist, philosopher, and poet Omar Khayyám.
Tamerlane created strong and fearless state which was indestructible in the political sphere, but he also never forgot about the cultural and spiritual parts of life. During the rule of Amir Timur all the best architects and scientists worked in Samarkand to make this city the pearl of Eastern world of Muslims. When Tamerlane died, the power of the Empire faded; it was split and divided between Tamerlane’s heirs
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This marvelous, well written two books, Samarkand and Samarkand Dawn were spectacular
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. We have no info about this book. This marvelous, well written two books, Samarkand and Samarkand Dawn were spectacular. I was in such a passion to finish them that I did not look up the history of Samarkand. I believes the two main groups were, originally Jews in Samarkand with the kazirs being arabic tribes. Or, this is a "parallel story" with a good bit of magic thrown in. I found the plotting and writing excellent with "well fleshed characters".
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Samarkand, alternatively Samarqand, is a city in south-eastern Uzbekistan and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Central Asia
Samarkand, alternatively Samarqand, is a city in south-eastern Uzbekistan and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Central Asia. There is evidence of human activity in the area of the city from the late Paleolithic era, though there is no direct evidence of when Samarkand was founded; some theories propose that it was founded between the 8th and 7th centuries .